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  • Jide Okonjo
    Published about 2 hours ago
    "Hey Siri, Do I Have Coronavirus?" | How Tech Companies are combating COVID-19.

    "Hey Siri, Do I Have Coronavirus?" | How Tech Companies are combating COVID-19.

    The Coronavirus has shaken up the world. That is the greatest understatement of the year. It has completely turned it on its head.
  • Claire Amy Handscombe
    Published about 23 hours ago
    8 Apps to Make Self-Isolation a Little More Bearable

    8 Apps to Make Self-Isolation a Little More Bearable

    As awful as the world seems to be at the moment, if this whole thing has to happen, we’re lucky at least in one particular way: the Internet exists. Imagine if we could only communicate through letters. We like to romanticise the time of Jane Austen, but come on: if we’re going to do this, I’ll take 2020 with its modern medicine and its modern conveniences. Conveniences like these eight apps, for example.
  • Keran Mourning
    Published about 24 hours ago
    How to deploy spring boot to AWS
  • Parveen Rawal
    Published a day ago
    Free WordPress: create a site at no cost

    Free WordPress: create a site at no cost

    Free WordPress? This is one of the most frequently asked questions.
  • Jasmine Cavanough
    Published a day ago
    Social media has not made our lives better

    Social media has not made our lives better

    I know what you’re probably thinking: This isn’t an unpopular opinion; it’s an opinion shared by almost all people over the age of 40 or so. Perhaps you’re wondering if I’m someone’s concerned parent…or grandparent. Then again, you’re probably aware that many of the young people who spend their time glued to a screen do so begrudgingly, as they listen to stories of a slower, simpler time, with wonderment and jealousy alike. These are the young people who buy vinyl, make pasta from scratch, and take two weeks to reply to messages…only to post downcast selfies, anyway. What else can a young person do if they wish to live in the 21st century?
  • Dave Hanlan
    Published a day ago
    Cellphone

    Cellphone

    Cell phone. The most dominant device a human being could ever encounter. In 1973, the cell phone first came on the scene for testing purposes. In 1997, the cell phone became a regular purchase at stores until now. People no longer had to wait until they get home to call someone on the telephone. Other options before cell phone use were using the phone at a business establishment or using the payphone somewhere on the street or nearby subway station. This mobile device became convenient for owners. A phone call and verbal contact made simple at any time and in any place. The cell phone has different names such as cellular phone, mobile phone, hand phone, mobile, or cell for short. The primary features of this mobile include talk, text, receive messages, contacts, and internet access. The cell phone contains other non-communication features. Applications include time clock, alarm, calculator, and a few games.
  • Julia Beyers
    Published 2 days ago
    How Edge Computing May Revamp, Revitalize Commercial Real Estate

    How Edge Computing May Revamp, Revitalize Commercial Real Estate

    In many cases, these are the determining aspects. However, some markets stand out more than others due to the investors’ money influx in technology-related building projects, which potentially will bring a high return on investment.
  • HERBERT DYER
    Published 2 days ago
    African Engineer Invents 'Talking' Gloves for the Deaf

    African Engineer Invents 'Talking' Gloves for the Deaf

    Roy Allela is a 25-year-old engineer and inventor from Kenya, who has invented gloves that can translate signed hand movements into audible speech.
  • Domingo Gaces Samontina, Jr.
    Published 3 days ago
    Diverting Bottles

    Diverting Bottles

    Diverting Bottles is a technical process of transferring the bottles using a conveyor. In this case, a conveyor device was used to divert the bottles from one conveyor belt to another. This method is usually used in factories where the bottles need to be sorted depending on their physical features. Usually, a bottling conveyor is used to do the following tasks: